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    Jul222012

    New stuff!

    There's so much to talk about, I don't know where to start.  We have lots of new things in the shop for sale, as well as a bunch of new class offerings.  We recently aquired a gorgeous lot of vintage beads from the late 1930's and early 1940's. A customer's mother had studied opera at Juliard, and was required to wear very formal gowns adorned with sequins and gorgeous beads.  The customer's grandmother sewed all her daughter's costumes herself, and kept all the extra beads and sequins, which were recently passed on to our friend. She knew we would love them and be able to find appreciative homes for these beauties, and I'm honored that she thought enough of us to pass them our way.  I've packaged them in smaller tubes and bags, while keeping some on the original hanks. The colors are stunning; blues, copper/brown, black, purples...and all sparkly!!

    We've also begun a trip down domino lane...we've got dominos that have been drilled for purchase as is, plus some dominoes that were repurposed into  GORGEOUS pendants.  We're working on more, so stay tuned to learn about our latest trend-setting pendants...

    The eyes have it...I've recently created some eyeballs out of plaster, wondered what the heck to do with them. I've wire-wrapped some for pendants, created a crazy sculpture with tons of wire eyelashes, and am working them into designs as we speak. They are different colors, some blue, some brown...you can request a specific color if you'd like! 

     

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    Will there be new classes posted soon? I really enjoyed the ones that I attended this summer.

    October 2, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMsuggs

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